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The Korean tech giant's report featured positive takeaways for memory chip rivals, mobile chip suppliers and others.
This quarter's proven to be one of tremendous, nearly unrecognizable bounty.
The forces that artificially impacted the marketplace return to normal; so will the marketplace itself.
Shares have regained their footing as the company tries to sell itself.
Reactions to results of Big Blue and Lam Research are about the future, not the past.
Micron MU is issuing $1 billion worth of new shares - the stock is up 90% since the start of the year.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the trending news of the day from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Jim Cramer said failing to buy Toshiba's chip unit will hurt Western Digital.
Toshiba selling their chip unit to Bain Capital is exactly what they feared.
U.K. pound tests one year high against the dollar ahead of Bank of England rate decision
Apple has attempted to discourage Western Digital from buying Toshiba's chip business.
If MU rises, it would lift all boats.
Despite a last minute bid by Bain Capital, Toshiba failed to meet a deadline to sell its prized chip unit.
The world's second-largest retailer, Carrefour, issued a surprise profit warning.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks
But it dominates so many sectors, it is ultimately the one to buy.
Stephen 'Sarge' Guilfoyle says tech is still a play, even with some of the big names getting 'wobbly.'
Wall Street is set to extend record highs.
If Lam doesn't blow the numbers away and say it is still too hard to meet demand, then I think it can get hit.
Wall Street's late slump was pegged, in part, on news that two Republican Senators withdrew support for McConnell's attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.